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SAA appoints new chief financial officer

Posted 12 May 2017 · Add Comment

South African Airways (SAA) has appointed Phumeza Nhantsi as its new chief financial officer. Nhantsi had been acting as SAA's Interim CFO since November 2015

“Since the appointment of the full-strength Board in September 2016, the focus has been on stabilising the business and one of the priorities was to ensure that key management vacancies are filled. This is one such key appointment for the airline to ensure that SAA’s strategic objective of transforming the business into a financially sustainable aviation group is achieved,” said Musa Zwane, SAA acting CEO.

 

 

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